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Side Trips from Buenos Aires Hotels

Irupé Lodge

Pros

  • Location next to the lagoon
  • Lakeside pool
  • Reasonably luxurious (for the town)

Cons

  • In-house transfers are expensive
  • Alcoholic drinks aren't included in the AI rate
  • Portions can be small

Updated 07/10/2014

Fodor's Review

If this thatched yellow lodge were any closer to the Laguna Iberá, you'd be sharing your bed with an alligator; many rooms overlook the water (the pricier ones have their own lakeside balconies), and, although they're fairly simple, the well-made wooden furniture, shining wooden floors, and tangerine-painted walls lend them style. You should seriously consider the good-value-for-money all-inclusive option: one-, two-, and three-night packages include guided walks and

boat trips (in English), horse riding, and all meals. These are served in an airy dining area or on the breeze-swept veranda overlooking the lagoon, and feature hearty, mandioca-based dishes typical of Corrientes.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Capivára between Irupé and Ysypá, Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, Corrientes, 3471, Argentina

Phone:

3773-1540–2193; 3752-438–312

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 9 rooms
  • All-inclusive; Breakfast

Updated 07/10/2014

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